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Cyberinfrastructure for Life Science and Beyond – Scaling your science with iPlant

This workshop is for biologists who are working with large datasets. It will feature talks, tutorials, and demos that will help you use free, NSF-funded resources developed by the iPlant Collaborative (#DBI-1265383) for a variety of data-intensive analyses (e.g. genome assembly and annotation, RNA-Seq, image analysis, GWAS, geospatial etc.). Users with limited bioinformatics experience, or experienced users who need access to greater HPC capacity will both benefit from attending. The workshop will feature an overview of available resources (data storage/sharing, web interfaces, cloud computing), presentations by researchers who have used these tools to solve problems, and how tool developers can make their tools and pipelines more accessible to the research community.
Date: Monday, January 11, 2016
Time: 6:10 PM-8:20 PM
Room: California
Organizer:
Jason Williams
6:10 PM
Introducing CyVerse
Parker Antin, University of Arizona

6:50 PM
7:30 PM
7:50 PM
"We liked the shaver so much we bought the company": Federating iPlant to the UK and beyond!
Ryan Joynson, University of Liverpool; Anthony Hall, University of Liverpool; Tony Pridmore, University of Nottignham; Robert Davey, The Genome Analysis Centre

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